As a Sydney and Melbourne based Saxophonist, Gary Honor has worked with many of the world's greatest musicians and entertainers in both Australia and abroad. His talents on all saxophones, flute, wind-synth and percussion have seen him share the stage with the likes of Icehouse, The Real Thing, James Morrison, Israel Houghton, Guy Sebastian, Samantha Jade, Tim-o-matic, Vicky O’Keefe, John Williamson and Patrizio Buanne. Internationally he has performed with such notable smooth-jazz stars - Chuck Loeb, Paul Brown, Brian Simpson, Darren Rahn, Jackiem Joyner, Peter White, Jaared, Lin Rountree, Nicholas Cole, Cindy Bradley and UK artist Oli Silk who also produced his first major label CD – ‘Heads & Tales’.
Currently he works with the Royal Australian Navy Band and also performs regularly as a soloist with DJs, Soul Band – Bump City, The Never-Ending 80’s Tribute Show and with his own smooth jazz-fusion band. In 2018 Gary was selected to be the opening act on the final night of the Smooth Jazz Cruise performing alongside Brian Culbertson and Boney James.
Most recently he has been collaborating on projects with Trippin’ n Rhythm label-mates Michael Broening and Skinny Hightower. Stay tuned as Gary has plans for a new music release in the first half of 2020.
Aside from his many performance credits Gary is also a skilled visual artist, designer and animator. He has produced many promotional materials and videos for various musical groups including the Royal Australian Navy Band and has also worked with video production teams to write musical scores for short films and advertising.